Fedora Core 4 has been released
Fedora Core 4 has been released now.You can use funky new release notes and installation guide and get it done right this time. Release notes has received some good feedback which we can use to make it rock even better. Karsten Wade, our good old documentation leader has done his magic on the release notes (and it shows!) and Stuart Ellis and Paul W. Frieds have done a huge amount of work for the installation guide. It just needs more polish now and forever. We already have the process in place to improve these documents. So all is looking good.
Looking forward to the discussions (minus the flames and FUD) around Fedora Foundation and a even better release of Fedora Core 5. I need to find a Python based easily security auditable software for a knowledge base system similar to what we have already for Red Hat Enterprise Linux at http://kbase.redhat.com to suit our Fedora community super hero Seth Vidal. I have been thinking about getting involved into Fedora bug triaging too.Exciting times